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Asian Correspondent
The role of sustainability in a complex business worldthat focuses on these central issues, and the aspiring student of this generati
The role of sustainability in a complex business world
Asian Correspondent / Posted 5 hours ago
that focuses on these central issues, and the aspiring student of this generation is well aware of that. Image courtesy of James Cook University As Professor Frederik Dahlmann, assistant Professor of Global Energy at a prestigious business school... Read more
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Northern Echo
Appeal for potential witnessthe junctions of Normanby Road and Trunk Road, in Middlesbrough, at around 6.10
Appeal for potential witness
Northern Echo / Posted 5 hours ago
the junctions of Normanby Road and Trunk Road, in Middlesbrough, at around 6.10am on Friday, September 23 after being picked up on Redcar sea front. The man is being treated at Middlesbrough’s James Cook University Hospital. Loading article con... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Maralinga bomb tests 60 years onMaralinga: Sixty years on, the bomb tests remind us not to put security over sa
Maralinga bomb tests 60 years on
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 hours ago
Maralinga: Sixty years on, the bomb tests remind us not to put security over safety By Liz Tynan, James Cook University It is September 27, 1956. At a dusty site called One Tree, in the northern reaches of the 3,200-square-kilometre Maralinga... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australia colonised over 50,000 years ago: scientistsQueensland scientists believe Australia may have been colonised more than 50,00
Australia colonised over 50,000 years ago: scientists
Brisbane Times / Posted 23 hours ago
Queensland scientists believe Australia may have been colonised more than 50,000 years ago. The research, by James Cook University scientists, mapped the positions and permanency of water bodies to determine human movement. Debate continues over... Read more
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News.com.au
Australia colonised over 50,000 years agoQueensland scientists believe Australia may have been colonised more than 50,00
Australia colonised over 50,000 years ago
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Queensland scientists believe Australia may have been colonised more than 50,000 years ago. The research, by James Cook University scientists, mapped the positions and permanency of water bodies to determine human movement. "The findings suggest... Read more
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Northern Echo
Family may never know what caused their baby's deathcold, stiff and pale and blotchy. I tried but it was no use." Paramedics arriv
Family may never know what caused their baby's death
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
cold, stiff and pale and blotchy. I tried but it was no use." Paramedics arrived and continued CPR. The baby was taken to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough where he was pronounced dead at 5.40am. The baby's mother and father, Amanda... Read more
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Northern Echo
Appeal after motorcyclist suffers broken collarbone in crash"The 34-year-old male motorcyclist was taken to James Cook University Hospital
Appeal after motorcyclist suffers broken collarbone in crash
Northern Echo / Posted yesterday
"The 34-year-old male motorcyclist was taken to James Cook University Hospital where he was treated for a broken collarbone. "Any witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact PC Ben Sutcliffe from the Cleveland and Durham Specialist... Read more
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New Kerala
Squads announced as teams touch down in Malaysia for the ICC Under 19 CWC AQ Division 2 - newkerala.com #123898Sodhi, Hamed Khan, Harpreet Singh, Karandeep Singh, Hamaz Mohammad, Haroon Moha
Squads announced as teams touch down in Malaysia for the ICC Under 19 CWC AQ Division 2 - newkerala.com #123898
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
Sodhi, Hamed Khan, Harpreet Singh, Karandeep Singh, Hamaz Mohammad, Haroon Mohammad Arshad, Deepinder Singh Coach : Simon James Cook Anas Ashfaq(C ), Mushtaq Ahmad, Nomaan Sidiq Budroo, Abdul Haseeb Tufail, Abdul Sadiq, Manjot Singh, Jandu Hamoud... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Getting back the warrior's shield 'stolen by Captain Cook'shield, which was taken by Cook to England. Photo: Cooman's shield, now held b
Getting back the warrior's shield 'stolen by Captain Cook'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
shield, which was taken by Cook to England. Photo: Cooman's shield, now held by the British Museum, was taken by Captain James Cook after Cooman was shot and wounded. (Supplied: © The Trustees of the British Museum) Cooman's descendant, Mr... Read more
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chroniclelive
Gosforth dad left paralysed after cycling accident on his birthday\nfor me.” After his accident on August 5, Layth has been enduring the long and
Gosforth dad left paralysed after cycling accident on his birthday\n
chroniclelive / Posted 3 days ago
for me.” After his accident on August 5, Layth has been enduring the long and painful process of rehabilitation in James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough to learn and relearn life skills to give him independence. And his loving wife Kerry... Read more
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Northern Echo
Road safety campaign after accident left cyclist so traumatised he fears he'll never go cycling againa mark on my head where it had indented - if I hadn’t been wearing it I wouldn’
Road safety campaign after accident left cyclist so traumatised he fears he'll never go cycling again
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
a mark on my head where it had indented - if I hadn’t been wearing it I wouldn’t be alive.” Mr Holberry was airlifted to James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough ,where he was put in an induced coma. He said: “I was in hospital for ten days... Read more
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Northern Echo
Road safety campaign after accident left cyclist so traumatised he fears he'll never ride his bike againa mark on my head where it had indented - if I hadn’t been wearing it I wouldn’
Road safety campaign after accident left cyclist so traumatised he fears he'll never ride his bike again
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
a mark on my head where it had indented - if I hadn’t been wearing it I wouldn’t be alive.” Mr Holberry was airlifted to James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough ,where he was put in an induced coma. He said: “I was in hospital for ten days... Read more
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Northern Echo
Petition launched after ‘devastating’ bike crasha mark on my head where it had indented - if I hadn’t been wearing it I wouldn’
Petition launched after ‘devastating’ bike crash
Northern Echo / Posted 4 days ago
a mark on my head where it had indented - if I hadn’t been wearing it I wouldn’t be alive.” Mr Holberry was airlifted to James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough ,where he was put in an induced coma. He said: “I was in hospital for ten days... Read more
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DW
Damselfish in distress | Global Ideas |are separated from each other, affecting their ability to survive, a study publ
Damselfish in distress | Global Ideas |
DW / Posted 4 days ago
are separated from each other, affecting their ability to survive, a study published Thursday has found. Scientists at the James Cook University studied Damselfish captured from the Great Barrier Reef to find out why they preferred to socialize by... Read more
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PhysOrg
Coral fish stress out if separated from 'shoal-mates'separated from each other, hampering their chances of survival, an Australian s
Coral fish stress out if separated from 'shoal-mates'
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
separated from each other, hampering their chances of survival, an Australian study revealed on Thursday. Scientists from James Cook University in Queensland state monitored blue-green damselfish from the Great Barrier Reef, isolating some, while... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Coral fish stress out if separated from ‘shoal-mates’chances of survival, an Australian study revealed Thursday. This undated hando
Coral fish stress out if separated from ‘shoal-mates’
Manila Bulletin / Posted 5 days ago
chances of survival, an Australian study revealed Thursday. This undated handout photo received on September 22, 2016 from James Cook University shows damselfish on a coral reef at Lizard Island on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral fish become... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin may become a target in the fight against ransomwarethey have 50-100 bitcoin ready at all times in a wallet to deploy if a ransomwa
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin may become a target in the fight against ransomware
Stamford Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
they have 50-100 bitcoin ready at all times in a wallet to deploy if a ransomware attack hits," he told Business Insider's James Cook. And financial-services firms and individual people aren't the only potential targets. The appeal of ransomware... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin may become a target in the fight against ransomwarethey have 50-100 bitcoin ready at all times in a wallet to deploy if a ransomwa
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin may become a target in the fight against ransomware
Connecticut Post / Posted 5 days ago
they have 50-100 bitcoin ready at all times in a wallet to deploy if a ransomware attack hits," he told Business Insider's James Cook. And financial-services firms and individual people aren't the only potential targets. The appeal of ransomware... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin may become a target in the fight against ransomwarethey have 50-100 bitcoin ready at all times in a wallet to deploy if a ransomwa
Cryptocurrencies like bitcoin may become a target in the fight against ransomware
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 5 days ago
they have 50-100 bitcoin ready at all times in a wallet to deploy if a ransomware attack hits," he told Business Insider's James Cook. And financial-services firms and individual people aren't the only potential targets. The appeal of ransomware... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Damselfish feel distress when separated from their 'friends', JCU researchers findexperience for some coral reef fish, a new study has found. It can even cause
Damselfish feel distress when separated from their 'friends', JCU researchers find
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 5 days ago
experience for some coral reef fish, a new study has found. It can even cause them to lose weight. Scientists at James Cook University in north Queensland studied blue-green damselfish from the Great Barrier Reef, isolating some, while... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
First ever identical twin puppies discovered in South Africait is perfectly possible that cases of identical twins in dogs have existed bef
First ever identical twin puppies discovered in South Africa
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 6 days ago
it is perfectly possible that cases of identical twins in dogs have existed before. Carolynne Joone, a researcher with James Cook University in Australia, spoke to the BBC and explained: "There have been rumors about twins in dogs before. We... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
First ever identical twin puppies discovered in South Africait is perfectly possible that cases of identical twins in dogs have existed bef
First ever identical twin puppies discovered in South Africa
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 6 days ago
it is perfectly possible that cases of identical twins in dogs have existed before. Carolynne Joone, a researcher with James Cook University in Australia, spoke to the BBC and explained: "There have been rumors about twins in dogs before. We... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
9 incredible places that have changed beyond recognitionof Palmerston should have remained off-the-map, encircled by barrier reef in th
9 incredible places that have changed beyond recognition
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
of Palmerston should have remained off-the-map, encircled by barrier reef in the South Pacific Ocean. But in 1774, Captain James Cook clapped eyes on its palm-fringed beaches – and claimed it for the British. It is still a peaceful spot, but has a... Read more
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The North West Star
Rural doctor shortages: PAs under microscopehealth model utilising physician assistants is currently under the microscope.
Rural doctor shortages: PAs under microscope
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
health model utilising physician assistants is currently under the microscope. Physician assistant (PA) educator at James Cook University Allan Forde originated in the United States and said PAs were enjoying a successful 50 year history... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Croc safari: Why selling licences to rich hunters isn't fair By Claire Brennan, James Cook University Crocodiles are protected in Austral
Croc safari: Why selling licences to rich hunters isn't fair
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
By Claire Brennan, James Cook University Crocodiles are protected in Australia. These impressive, if dangerous, animals are icons of the north. But it wasn't always so. Crocodiles used to... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Royal Oak garage fire destroys car, damages nearby garagesElementary School. Flames rose 20 feet high and the fire destroyed the garage
Royal Oak garage fire destroys car, damages nearby garages
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
Elementary School. Flames rose 20 feet high and the fire destroyed the garage quickly, said Royal Oak Assistant Fire Chief James Cook. �It was quick,� he said. �We know it wasn�t an arson and it wasn�t caused by downed power lines although the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Gum tree habitats in decline, study warnsAlpes, France, National Science Foundation in the US, University of New South W
Gum tree habitats in decline, study warns
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
Alpes, France, National Science Foundation in the US, University of New South Wales, The Australian National University, James Cook University, Macquarie University, Griffith University, University of Queensland; and the Australian... Read more
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Northern Echo
Boy, 8, in fall from windowto the scene, reported to be in Wallington Road. Loading article content The
Boy, 8, in fall from window
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
to the scene, reported to be in Wallington Road. Loading article content The boy, who is thought to have fallen from a bedroom window, suffered injuries to his leg and is in a non-life threatening condition in James Cook Hospital in Middlesbr... Read more
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Northern Echo
Motorcyclist saved from flaming crash wreckage supports air ambulance campaigncarried away from the burning wreckage to safety. The Great North Air Ambulanc
Motorcyclist saved from flaming crash wreckage supports air ambulance campaign
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
carried away from the burning wreckage to safety. The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) flew the 53-year-old to James Cook University Hospital, in Middlesbrough, where he arrived in a critical condition and was placed in an induced coma... Read more
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Northern Echo
Crash survivor supports air ambulance campaignThe Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) flew the 53-year-old to James Coo
Crash survivor supports air ambulance campaign
Northern Echo / Posted 7 days ago
The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) flew the 53-year-old to James Cook University Hospital, in Middlesbrough, where he arrived in a critical condition and was placed in an induced coma for two and a half weeks. The welder, from Pittington,... Read more
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Northern Echo
Much-loved Redcar woman died after fall - inquestwas told that Ms McTaminey, who suffered from epilepsy and had been known to ha
Much-loved Redcar woman died after fall - inquest
Northern Echo / Posted 8 days ago
was told that Ms McTaminey, who suffered from epilepsy and had been known to have black outs in the past, was rushed to James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough where it was found she had suffered an extensive haemorrhage. Ms McTaminey,... Read more
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Northern Echo
Boy robbed of bicycle in broad daylight while out cycling with friendThe boy handed over his green and white Carrera Blast pedal bike and the suspec
Boy robbed of bicycle in broad daylight while out cycling with friend
Northern Echo / Posted 8 days ago
The boy handed over his green and white Carrera Blast pedal bike and the suspect made off in the direction of James Cook Railway Station. One of the male suspects is described as between 17-20 years-old, of slim build with short fair hair, clean... Read more
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The News and Star
Patients rescued by air ambulance say a special thank you to stafflook at the Pride of Cumbria helicopter. Among them was Nick Thomas, from Lang
Patients rescued by air ambulance say a special thank you to staff
The News and Star / Posted 8 days ago
look at the Pride of Cumbria helicopter. Among them was Nick Thomas, from Langwathby, who was airlifted to Middlesbrough's James Cook Hospital in 2009 after a 50mph bicycle crash. The 48-year-old suffered a broken shoulder blade, broken ribs and a... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
$1.5B project aims to breed super shrimptaste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural sele
$1.5B project aims to breed super shrimp
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
taste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural selection," said Dean Jerry, the professor at James Cook University in Townsville, north Queensland, who leads a team working on the project with funds from Seafarms and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Pregnant eastern quolls with bulging pouches spotted at Mulligans Flatperiod of up to 24 days. The quoll release in Mulligans Flat was part of a $1.
Pregnant eastern quolls with bulging pouches spotted at Mulligans Flat
Canberra Times / Posted 11 days ago
period of up to 24 days. The quoll release in Mulligans Flat was part of a $1.8 million Australian Research Council biodiversity project in partnership with the ACT government, the Australian National University, CSIRO and James Cook Uni... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Obituary list for September 16, 2016GA Mr. Willie Milton Bumpus, Statesboro, GA Rebecca Burns, Ridgeland, SC Mrs
Obituary list for September 16, 2016
Savannah Morning News / Posted 11 days ago
GA Mr. Willie Milton Bumpus, Statesboro, GA Rebecca Burns, Ridgeland, SC Mrs. Bertha A. Burrus, Savannah, GA Mr. Henry James Cook, Savannah, GA Mrs. Mary Daniels, Savannah, GA Mr. Ford J. DeHaven, Jr., Baxley, GA Mr. Arthur O. Dilworth,... Read more
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The North West Star
Free Rehab starts againIndigenous Rehabilitation Assistant and allied health university students. NWC
Free Rehab starts again
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
Indigenous Rehabilitation Assistant and allied health university students. NWCR is a collaboration between Mount Isa Centre for Rural and Remote Health, James Cook University, North West Hospital and Health Service, and North and West Remote Hea... Read more
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BBC News
What do Mexicans think of Trump's planned border wallfor the US presidency all eyes are now on his policies. One of those proposals
What do Mexicans think of Trump's planned border wall
BBC News / Posted 12 days ago
for the US presidency all eyes are now on his policies. One of those proposals is a wall on the border with Mexico, seen as both the solution to illegal immigration, and a potential nightmare for Mexico. James Cook reports from Tijuana,... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Looking to the futureat a reconciliation luncheon at the Holy Trinity Church Hall. He said the firs
Looking to the future
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 days ago
at a reconciliation luncheon at the Holy Trinity Church Hall. He said the first contact between Aboriginals and Captain James Cook had been far from harmonious and that had set the tone for the next 200 years but he encouraged everyone to move... Read more
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WA Today
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawntaste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural sele
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawn
WA Today / Posted 12 days ago
taste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural selection," said Dean Jerry, the professor at James Cook University in Townsville, north Queensland, who leads a team working on the project with funds from Seafarms and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawntaste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural sele
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawn
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
taste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural selection," said Dean Jerry, the professor at James Cook University in Townsville, north Queensland, who leads a team working on the project with funds from Seafarms and... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawntaste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural sele
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawn
Brisbane Times / Posted 12 days ago
taste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural selection," said Dean Jerry, the professor at James Cook University in Townsville, north Queensland, who leads a team working on the project with funds from Seafarms and... Read more
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The Age
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawntaste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural sele
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawn
The Age / Posted 12 days ago
taste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural selection," said Dean Jerry, the professor at James Cook University in Townsville, north Queensland, who leads a team working on the project with funds from Seafarms and... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawntaste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural sele
Bigger, tastier, pinker: The $2 billion hunt for the perfect prawn
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
taste better than its free-roaming brethren. "It's super-charging natural selection," said Dean Jerry, the professor at James Cook University in Townsville, north Queensland, who leads a team working on the project with funds from Seafarms and... Read more
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Northern Echo
Hospital bosses address rumours of potential A&E closures in North Yorkshire and Darlingtonand A&E departments. He said: “People are very worried about what will happen
Hospital bosses address rumours of potential A&E closures in North Yorkshire and Darlington
Northern Echo / Posted 13 days ago
and A&E departments. He said: “People are very worried about what will happen if the nearest A&E department is at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. “It is a very long way for Dales residents and they are fearful of what... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Art, conservation join forces to restore Tamatea/Dusky Soundstories.“The fiord was later named Tamatea after the captain of the northern wa
Art, conservation join forces to restore Tamatea/Dusky Sound
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 13 days ago
stories.“The fiord was later named Tamatea after the captain of the northern waka, Takitimu. Later still, localMāori met James Cook during his time here in 1773; an encounter depicted by expedition artist William Hodges.”“When most New Zealanders... Read more
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Northern Echo
Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital with severe head injuries after accident involving cara car. The 41-year-old suffered severe head injuries and was flown by the Grea
Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital with severe head injuries after accident involving car
Northern Echo / Posted 14 days ago
a car. The 41-year-old suffered severe head injuries and was flown by the Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) to James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, in seven minutes. The collision happened on the A171 at Birk Brow, near... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study links altered brain chemistry, behavioral impairments in fish exposed to elevated CO2Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and the ARC Cent
Study links altered brain chemistry, behavioral impairments in fish exposed to elevated CO2
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
Miami (UM) Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies at James Cook University showed that increased carbon dioxide concentrations alters brain chemistry that may lead to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
College Sport: Allrounder making stick shiftGrammar 1. Coming up Special Olympics Central and East basketball, ASB Stadi
College Sport: Allrounder making stick shift
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Grammar 1. Coming up Special Olympics Central and East basketball, ASB Stadium. Auckland girls' 9s (4.15pm): AGGS v James Cook at Victoria Park, Kia Aroha v Tamaki, Sir Edmund Hillary v McAuley Lacrosse Boys' finals (4pm): 1-2: Mt Roskill... Read more
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